Results of secondary education subject examinations in the United Kingdom released this week showed the Lubavitch Senior Girls School as the best-performing school in the London Borough of Hackney, and the only secondary school in the borough in which 100 percent of students achieved five or more passing grades.

Chabad-Lubavitch Rabbi Shmuel Lew, the school’s headmaster, praised the dedication of head teacher Helen Freeman, the school’s staff and its students’ academic focus.

“Our pupils are a credit to the values which LSGS instills in them,” he said.

For her part, Freeman attributed the results to “confident, empowered pupils” who, in addition to their secular subjects, “cover a full Jewish-studies curriculum.”

“I think this actually helps them get down to work,” she added, “when it comes to the national exams.”

The news came on the heels of reports by the government Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills and Pikuach, an inspection authority for Jewish schools, endorsing London’s Lubavitch Girls Primary School and the Lubavitch Early Learning Years nursery school.

Said Rabbi Bentzi Sudak, chief executive of Chabad-Lubavitch UK: The reports “really show the strides that we are taking in making sure that children who go through schooling at Lubavitch is of the highest quality.”